ACC women’s tournament bracket: Full TV schedule, scores, results for 2024 basketball championships

ACC women’s tournament bracket: Full TV schedule, scores, results for 2024 basketball championships

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The ACC has been one of the most formidable conferences in all of women’s basketball this season, currently touting five teams ranked in the AP Top 25. That should make for a thrilling conference tournament, which begins on Wednesday, March 6. 

There are no shortage of teams vying for the tournament title. Virginia Tech is the top seed but its postseason prospects were left in doubt when All-America center Elizabeth Kitley suffered an apparent knee injury in the Hokies’ upset loss to Virginia to close the regular season. 

Despite that setback, the Hokies will look to win their second consecutive ACC tournament championship, defending their crown. But NC State, Notre Dame, Syracuse and Louisville are among the bevy of others set to stand in the their way. 

Here is everything that you need to know about this year’s ACC women’s basketball tournament, including TV and streaming options for each game.

ACC women’s tournament bracket 2024

The full seeding, bracket and team records for the 2024 ACC tournament are below.

Seed Team Record (ACC)
1 Virginia Tech 23-6 (14-4)
2 NC State 25-5 (13-5)
3 Syracuse 23-6 (13-5)
4 Notre Dame 23-6 (13-5)
5 Louisville 23-8 (12-6)
6 Florida State  21-9 (12-6)
7 Duke 19-10 (11-7)
8 North Carolina 19-11 (11-7)
9 Miami 18-11 (8-10)
10 Georgia Tech 16-14 (7-11)
11 Virginia 15-14 (7-11)
12 Clemson 12-18 (5-13)
13 Boston College 13-18 (5-13)
14 Wake Forest 6-24 (2-16)
15 Pittsburgh 8-23 (2-16)

MORE: Where NC State, Virginia Tech and more are seeded in latest SN bracket projection

ACC women’s basketball tournament schedule 2024

  • Dates: March 6 – March 10
  • Location: Greensboro Coliseum in Greensboro, North Carolina

The ACC women’s basketball tournament will begin on Wednesday, March 6 and conclude on Sunday, March 10. The tournament will be held at the Greensboro Coliseum in Greensboro, North Carolina.

Below is the entire tournament schedule:

Wednesday, March 6: First round

Game 1: No. 13 Boston College 85, No. 12 Clemson 72
Game 2: No. 10 Georgia Tech 73, No. 15 Pittsburgh 60
Game 3: No. 14 Wake Forest 58, No. 11 Virginia 55

Thursday, March 7: Second round

Game 4: No. 5 Louisville 58, No. 13 Boston College 55
Game 5: No. 9 Miami 60, No. 8 North Carolina 59
Game 6: No. 7 Duke 70, No. 10 Georgia Tech 58
Game 7: No. 6 Florida State 70, No. 14 Wake Forest 53

Friday, March 8: Quarterfinals

Game 8: No. 4 Notre Dame 77, No. 5 Louisville 68
Game 9: No. 1 Virginia Tech 55, No. 9 Miami 47
Game 10: No. 2 NC State 54, No. 7 Duke 51
Game 11: No. 6 Florida State 78, No. 3 Syracuse 65

Saturday, March 9: Semifinals

Game Time (ET) TV/Live Stream
Game 12: No. 1 Virginia Tech vs. No. 4 Notre Dame 12 p.m. ACC Network, Sling
Game 13: No. 2 NC State vs. No. 6 Florida State 2:30 p.m. ACC Network, Sling

Sunday, March 10: Championship

Game Time (ET) TV/Live Stream
Game 14: Game 12 Winner vs. Game 13 Winner 1 p.m. ESPN/ESPN2, Sling

How to watch the ACC tournament live

  • TV channel: ACC Network (First Round through Semifinals), ESPN/ESPN2 (Championship Game)
  • Live stream: Sling

Action in the First Round, Second Round, Quarterfinals and Semifinals will air live on the ACC Network. The Championship Game will be shown on either ESPN or ESPN2. 

Fans can also stream all of the action on Sling. Sling is the home for the avid sports fans, offering a range of sports channels so you can always cheer for your favorite teams with channels like ESPN, TBS, TNT, NFL Network, FS1 and more.

ACC women’s basketball tournament tickets 2024

Tickets for all games in the ACC women’s basketball tournament are available on StubHub. To check out an entire seating chart, click the link below. 

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Jared Greenspan is a contributing writer for The Sporting News. Before joining The Sporting News, he covered University of Michigan football and basketball for The Michigan Daily and spent two summers working for the New York Post. Even though they often test his strength, he enjoys rooting for his favorite teams — the New York Mets, New York Knicks and New York Jets.

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